By David Chacko
Published by Foremost Press
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Published: Oct. 26, 2009
Words: 87,985 (approximate)
Echo Five takes place at the end of the world where terror is the norm and the heat arrives from the rim of hell. Jason Ender, who has been assigned to debrief high value terrorists in the Horn of Africa, finds himself caught in a rising tide of violence that begins with the death of a young female interrogator--Echo Five--and ends with the discovery of a plot that threatens to pull the plug on th
Have you ever wondered about what happens at the secret sites where terrorists are held outside the legal forty-eight?
Echo Five shows what goes on behind the wire. It's more and less than you can imagine, and more than Jason Ender imagines: suicide that may be murder, paydays that may be payoffs, and terrorism that may be the heart of terror.
This is the third Jason Ender novel that began with Less Than a Shadow and continued with The Peacock Angel.
Don't miss this newest one. No one but Jason Ender, the American agent, can play the espionage game as cool as he does. No one.
, david chacko
, horn of africa
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